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Welcome to the 2019 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference

"Security, Community, Humanity"

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Friday, November 29 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Local Voices and the Future of the Muslim Community

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This roundtable brings together speakers from the Christchurch Muslim community to discuss issues of concern in the aftermath of the March 15 tragedy. The discussion will consider the various challenges as they rebuild their community as well as the positive efforts of many community groups to seize a range of opportunities for the future.

Participants:

Gamal Fouda (Imam, Al Noor Mosque)

Anthony Green (former media spokesperson, Muslim Association of Canterbury)
 
Tyla Harrison-Hunt (Ōtautahi Māori Muslim)
 
Jumayah Jones (Muslim Association of Canterbury)
 
Ruqayya Sulaiman-Hill (Canterbury Muslim Community Trust)
 
Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed (ARA Institute of Canterbury)
 
Moderator: Naimah Talib (University of Canterbury)


Moderators
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Naimah Talib

University of Canterbury

Speakers
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Anthony Green

former media spokesperson, Muslim Association of Canterbury
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Gamal Fouda

Imam, Al Noor Mosque
Gamal Fouda currently serves as the Imam of the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch. He is a survivor of the March 15 attack in Christchurch, which left 51 dead, including 44 from his Al Noor congregation. A week after the event, he led a mass call, Friday prayer in Christchurch's Hagley... Read More →
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Tyla Harrison-Hunt

Ōtautahi Māori Muslim
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Jumayah Jones

Muslim Association of Canterbury
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Ruqayya Sulaiman-Hill

Canterbury Muslim Community Trust
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Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed

ARA Institute of Canterbury


Friday November 29, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
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